Welcome to Cooper Elementary

Cooper Elementary opened its doors in August 1999, and is a TEA Recognized campus serving students in Kindergarten through 5th grade.  Patricia Webb Cooper Elementary envisions a campus where windows of opportunities are provided for all scholars to enhance their potential in a supportive community environment. 


Cooper Elementary Campus Improvement Plan   2012-2013 Campus Improvement Plan

Developing Life Long Scholars through Quality, Cooperation, Respect, and Responsibility.
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Cooper News

District News

  • GO RED for National Heart Month

    In honor of National Heart Month, GISD Nutrition Services will be encouraging you to Go Red by providing information each week throughout February about heart healthy fruits and vegetables along with a recipe incorporating the day's fruit/vegetable. Click the headline above for more information.

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  • 2016-2017 School Year Calendar Available for Download

    At the January 19 Board of Trustees Meeting, the 2016-2017 school year calendar was approved. Click the headline above for a link to view and download next year's calendar.

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  • First Annual State of the District Presentation

    On January 20, the Georgetown ISD Education Foundation sponsored GISD's First Annual State of the District luncheon and presentation. We invite you to click the headline above to learn more and view a video of Superintendent Fred Brent's presentation.

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  • February 1-5 is National School Counseling Week

    February 1-5 is National School Counseling Week, a week in which we take a moment to honor and recognize our school counselors who provide an essential role in helping students achieve success in school and beyond. We hope you'll take a moment this week to thank a counselor!

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  • Courageous Conversations about Race to be Held at Public Library

    In February, a series of community discussions called Courageous Conversations about Race will explore four themes as they relate to race relations. Each discussion will take place at 7 PM in the Friends Room of the Georgetown Public Library at 402 W. 8th Street. The public is invited to attend and participate in these facilitated discussions.

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  • GISD Selected as Finalist for Blended Learning Grant

    Georgetown Independent School District has been selected as one of 10 finalists from among 75 school and district semifinalists for a $5 million Raising Blended Learners grant initiative sponsored by Raise Your Hand Texas. Click the headline above to learn more.

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  • GISD Implementing SMART Tag Transportation Safety System

    Students who ride district buses to and from school will soon be checking in and out as they board and exit their buses. Click the headline above for more information.

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